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UCLA Center for Health Policy Research experts and research are featured in hundreds of media outlets each year, on topics ranging from the impact of California's budget on health care programs for the poor, to the proposed repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act, to the fight to end language barriers at the doctor's office.

Recent News Articles featuring Center expertise include:

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​UCLA Newsroom ​Plans to change federal Medi-Cal funding could force some California counties to slash health coverage 
Reuters Immigrants use less healthcare than people born in US
Business Wire Hollywood’s Most Anticipated Development, Hollywood Center, Announces Senior Housing Partner
LA Times With a single sentence, Obama moves Medicare for all into the political mainstream
Wisconsin Public Radio Experts: State Bill On Pre-Existing Conditions Falls Short Of ACA Protections
UCLA Newsroom Rent burden strains more than three-quarters of low-income seniors in California, study finds
Yahoo Finance 'Troubling and shocking': Americans are increasingly crowdfunding medical bills
Springfield News - Sun Jones talks ‘workplace enforcement,’ immigration raids with acting ICE director in D.C.
Los Angeles Daily News Nutrition: Prevent diabetes by following science-based strategies
California Healthline Calif. Exchange Chief Sees No Rate Impact From Latest Trump Challenge To ACA